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Apostille - Legalising Documents

The Apostille Process is about legalising a document that has been issued in Australia.

The Apostille process is twofold:
1.The University verifies that the education document issued by the University (eg testamur or academic transcript) is true and correct, and then,
2.DFAT applies the Apostille  Please contact your embassy or cultural office first to determine  the exact requirements of your home country.


It is essential to also contact DFAT Notarial Services.  Please go to the Australian Government Smartraveller website to find out about their legalisation services and fees.



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Apostille - University of Melbourne documents (eg testamur or transcript) before the DFAT Apostille.

The Apostille is applied by the Australian Government to your University of Melbourne educational document, usually your testamur (degree certificate) or academic transcript.  It legalises your document.


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  $29.00 AUD


StudentID *: eg: 123456
Family Name *: eg: Zhang
First Given Name *: eg: John
Other Given Name*: eg: Mike. If you do not have another Given Name type n/a.
Date of Birth *: eg: DD/MM/YYYY
First Year of Subject Enrolment *: eg: YYYY. Include year of any non-award studies eg the Extension Program.
Security Code *
These codes are used to make sure that we only have real people like you registering and not automated computer systems. Refresh

If you are unable to successfully verify your identity, please call the University of Melbourne Contact Centre on 13 MELB (136 352) or (+61 3) 90355511 if located outside Australia, for assistance.


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